Jennifer Medina is an American journalist and national correspondent at the New York Times. She is currently working at The New York Times.
|Age||39 years old|
|Education||University of Southern California|
Jennifer aka. Jenny was born and raised in Greater Los Angeles. She studied at the University of Southern California. She completed her bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Political Science in 2002. After her graduation, she joined as an intern in The New York Times. After 2 years of Internship and learning, she joined as a metro reporter. After around 7 years of Hardship, the reporter is promoted to National Correspondent. The reporter is currently in her 9th year as a national correspondent. Altogether, she has given 15 years of her life to the New York Times.
As of today, I’ve joined the @nytpolitics team to cover the 2020 presidential campaign.
I’m grateful to have had an incredible experience covering my home state for@NYTNational the last several years.
Now, I’m excited to report on voters all over the U.S.
— Jennifer Medina (@jennymedina) June 3, 2019